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Follow National Gallery's 'Angel Trail' in a cosmic scavenger hunt to find wings, music, and the news

For this year’s holiday season, ten 15th C paintings in London’s National Gallery are selected to form the “Angel Trail”, a free self-guided tour to discover more about these hard-working heavenly creatures. 710 more words

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Entre Chien et Loup

July 29, 2015

“Entre chien et loup” refers to that time of day when it is difficult to distinguish between THIS (dog) and THAT (wolf). This evening of site specific performances takes this liminal period as an opportunity to explore the potential of performative interventions in urban public space. 251 more words


James R. Eads Explores Human Connections With Swirling Illustrations

Van Gogh inspired art created by artist and illustrator James R. Eads. Based in LA James lives and works at the The Brewery where his studio is open to the public during bi-annual art walks. 12 more words


Nicole Farhi recommends her favourite sculpture galleries in Mayfair

As Brown’s London Art Weekend is less than a month away, we are delighted to announce that over the coming weeks we will be unveiling a series of walks around galleries in Mayfair and St James’s, recommended by some of the area’s most knowledgeable insiders.  1,004 more words

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Harmonica Player

Harmonica player performing during the Davis First Friday Art About.

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I Know What I Like exhibition catalogue

Beautiful art exhibition catalogue designed by IKWIL co founder Sabina Andron. Looking forward to working on further projects with the arts facilitation organisation.

I Know What I Like, is a fast growing community of street, urban and contemporary art lovers. 38 more words

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Art in April

April is a great month for art.  If you do one thing this month, you might want to consider a visit to a local gallery or museum, Art Walk, tour or festival.   229 more words

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